High-flying thrills

TODAY and Saturday the Kangaroo Valley Show will feature aerial antics, some of the finest hounds around and one very cute cattle judging competition.

Each year the community of Kangaroo Valley comes up with a show that offers something for everyone.

This year children and teenagers will be offered a chance to watch or take part in the Big Air School.

The Big Air School is made up of action sports athletes and one hard-working DJ.

The school will feature BMX and dirt scooter stunts and tricks.

The events are free for participants and include demonstrations, clinics and competitions.

The other airborne attraction will be Aero Bounce Bungy Trampolines.

The trampoline and bungy combinations can send participants on a gravity-defying 10-metre flight.

On the ground there will also be plenty on offer.

Show vice president Kathy Gorman said for a small town it was going to be a show packed with things to see and do.

“Our popular talent quest will be run on Friday night. It’s a pretty big part of the show and we always welcome people from outside Kangaroo Valley,” she said.

“It has a junior and an adult section and one of the great things about it is people can just turn up on the night ahead of time and put their name to down to take part.

“We are also expecting the pavilion to be packed with impressive entries from across the region.

“The Junior Beef Cattle Judging competition will get under way on Saturday morning and is a preliminary round for the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

“I’m looking forward to what is shaping up to be another great show.”

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